10 perfect stuffing recipes for a hassle-free Thanksgiving

What would Thanksgiving be without stuffing?

Sure, you could enjoy your turkey au naturale, or you can spice it up with a dollop of homemade and hearty stuffing, one of Thanksgiving's quintessential foods. It doesn't matter if your more of the apple or chorizo in-your-stuffing type, we've got you covered these delectable sides.

From smoky chorizo to cranberry pecan, scroll through above to add these dishes to your holiday menu!

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    Strictly Come Dancing stars Seann Walsh and Katya Jones were spotted leaving rehearsals on Wednesday, and they were carrying two items which might give something away about their next dance on Saturday. The pair - who will be performing the Quickstep to Jake Bugg's Lightning Bolt on the live show - had two guitars with them! Seann carried the pink and red instruments before putting them in the boot of the car. Does this mean that Katya and Seann are going to play some guitar for the audience as part of their performance?

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    Wrong-way M40 crash car had been in a collision five days earlier, police say

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    Prince Harry just revealed one of his favourite baby names

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    The Countess of Wessex stepped out in boots just like Kate Middleton's favourite pair

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    PM says Brexit transition will extend 'by only a matter of months' as she arrives at EC summit in Brussels

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    Heavens open on Harry and Meghan as royal couple visit drought-hit New South Wales

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    Israeli Police Use Tasers, Pepper Spray on Protesters Defending West Bank Bedouin Village

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    Check out all the stars' spooky Halloween outfits

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  • Hospitals 'plugging' shortages of nurses by using cheaper workers, experts fear   
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    Hospitals 'plugging' shortages of nurses by using cheaper workers, experts fear   

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    The best 28 Funko Pop! TV figures everyone should have

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    Mega Millions and Powerball lottery jackpots combined are now over $1bn in US

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    Builder sues over $2 billion San Francisco transit center

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  • U.S. data drags oil lower; dollar up after Fed minutes
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    Social media memes encouraging children to be overweight and lazy, academics have warned MPs

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